SourceTool.com is the speediest, most relevant, most user-friendly free business to business search engine on the Internet. SourceTool's B2B search engine and business directory is based on the United Nations Standard Products and Services Code (UNSPSC), which provides efficient, flexible and accurate classification of goods and service (see What is UNSPSC).
SourceTool.com lists more than 750,000 businesses that do business with other businesses. To list your company for FREE, click here: Free Company Listing.
SourceTool.com uses search indexing software to provide fast, relevant results. There are a wide variety of options available to help you get the results you want. For example, if you want to locate “(search term) in China,” you should enter the keywords “(search term) + China” in the search box above. For a more complete description of search options, go to Search Tips.
SourceTool.com is operated by TradeComet.com LLC, located at 390 Park Avenue South, 7th Floor, New York, NY 10016. The telephone number is 646-682-7650.
Ben has over 20 years of technology and programming experience. Prior to joining sourcetool.com, Benjamin has served as a Vice President with JP Morgan-Chase in the Retail Internet Division, Director of Technology for Ogilvy & Mather Interactive / OgilvyOne Worldwide, CIO / Director of Technology for @tmosphere Interactive - part of BBDO Worldwide and Omnicom, and Co-Founder and CEO of Internet consulting and venture firm Realitivity Ventures. Benjamin also has an extensive programming background, has held several Senior Developer positions, and holds a degree in Computer Science / Information Science from the Watson School of Engineering at Binghamton University.
Mr. Savage is a 20-year veteran of trade magazines, directories, and online publishing, Dan spent the past 10 years with Thomas Publishing (Thomas Register) in New York, most recently as CEO of ThomasB2B.com. Dan has worked at Ziff-Davis, McGraw Hill, and Reed Business, helping to launch PC/Computing Magazine and Client Server Today and worked for several years at Byte Magazine. Dan is a 1971 graduate of Harvard College and a 1980 graduate of Harvard Business School.